Blues on the Farm 2016 - THE 25th Anniversary!
It was everything I thought it would be and more - and I'm not just referring to the rain! It's a bunch of personable, passionate and fun loving people, acts and attendees alike, that make this festival what it is and will continue to be.
Everyone should have a bucket list. It's nice to have aims.
There are things we want to do and things we have to do. Certain hopes and ideas don't even come into our radar until they become accessible. Then there are those items on a bucket list that are complex and personal. But most importantly, make them count, fill your life with experiences you're proud of.
Welcome to my page featuring the Blues on the Farm festival...
We're in Chichester for the 25th anniversary of the award winning Blues On The Farm for the best in British & International Blues music, lashings of food, a tiny dollop of cider, shopping, sunny weather (please!!) and all of this, moments from the deliciously beautiful West Wittering Beach.
Are you a stranger-aphobe?
We're all so busy and scared of how weird people can be, confrontation, language barriers or squeezing anyone else into our busy lives. Not to mention how easy it is to just converse on Facebook, browse Twitter, Instagram and whatever on Snapchat (Whatsapp, et al). Or catch up with your emails, do another level on whatever annoying game you're addicted to now, text, read your kindle. Blah blah blah.
Jet Lag Made Me Do It.
Jet lag. One of the repercussions of jetting off to exotic and/or interesting places. It's both a nightmare and yet quite an interesting predicament.
Aruba, Jamaica, ooh I wanna take you to ya....
I love this place, I've always wanted to give it a whirl and it failed to disappoint. But let's assess the best bits and the the very few negatives.